Your private key is what proves you own coins at a specific wallet address and have the right to access and spend them.

Since the private key provides access to your funds, never share with anyone to avoid theft.

Private keys are best stored in the form of a “paper wallet” (highest security) or a trusted, encryption-based password manager (high security but certain vulnerabilities may still exist so may not be optimal for extremely high-value wallets).

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